A Taking Part production
Sundown Kiki Reloaded
Mon - Sat, 7.45pm
Previews: 31 Jul - 1 Aug
When we walk, we have the ability to make the world tremble with every step.
The House of Telfar and the House of Dunn are back in the explosive Sundown Kiki Reloaded, following the sell-out run of Sundown Kiki in 2021. Watch the worlds of theatre and ballroom come together, as the two families go head-to-head in an evening of pumping music, dance and partying that celebrates a Queerer London in all its glory.
Brought to you by the UK Father of House of Revlon and pioneer of the London Ballroom Scene Jay Jay Revlon and award-winning director Tristan Fynn-Aiduenu (For Black Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When The Hue Gets Too Heavy). Created with and performed by Queer Black and Brown artists, the acclaimed show returns to the Young Vic.
And we are ready for the DRAMA!!!
Please note that the show will contain loud music, sexually suggestive movement and language that may include references to homophobia, racism, transphobia, as well as discussions of gender and identity, sometimes in the context of race, class, social inequity and privilege. Any strong language used is in alignment with, and appropriate within ballroom culture.
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Save when you book for 3 or more of our upcoming shows, including Beneatha’s Place, Sundown Kiki Reloaded, untitled f*ck m*ss s**gon play and Further than the Furthest Thing. Young Vic Friends or Good Friends save 20% and non-members save 15%.If you’ve already booked tickets for Further than the Furthest Thing, you can save 20% as a Friend or 15% as a non-member if you book for 2 other shows.
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Artwork concept and photography by Jay Jay Revlon.
Creative Director Jay Jay Revlon
Director Tristan Fynn-Aiduenu
Set Designer Khadija Raza
Sound Designer and Composer XANA
Lighting Designer Pablo Fernández Baz
Costume Designer John Bastos
Movement Assistant Omar Jordan Phillips
Stage Manager Sylvia Darkwa-Ohemeng
With Amani, Joshua Asaré, Jay Lafayette Valentine, Asa Haynes, Georgie Lynch, Laura Sérgio, Tatenda Shamiso, Sarah-Angel Sharma, Diogo Varela and Emanuel Vuso.
Relaxed Performances: Mon 31 Jul – Fri 11 Aug
BSL Performance: Fri 4 & Tue 8 Aug, 7.45pm
BSL Interpreter Sumayya Si-Tayeb
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